Iron Mule features the best in short comedy films each month.
NEXT SHOW: May 4, 2016
LAST MONTH'S WINNING FILMS
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WANNA BE A STAR?
Come to an Iron Mule screening and YOU can be picked to star in a film! Each month we randomly pick an audience member to star in a film to be shown the following month at Iron Mule.
AFTER PARTY
Join us after the show to meet the filmmakers.
HOW TO SUBMIT

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Iron Mule
PO Box 1484
New York, NY 10113

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GOLD MONEY
Patrick Noth's GOLD MONEY wins the judge's award at the April 6th screening!
OUR CRAPPY TOWN
Andy and Caroyln London's OUR CRAPPY TOWN wins the audience's award!
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LEO, LISA, THE RABBI & THE RING
LEO, LISA, THE RABBI & THE RING
In 1499, the Pope sends Leonardo da Vinci and Mona Lisa to the future to bring back the papal ring they lost gambling to a time traveling rabbi.
written by Andrew Hartman and Jonathan Steinfield, directed by Jonathan Steinfield
DIRTY WORK
DIRTY WORK
Bar owner Józsi is in an unpleasant situation. Somebody caused a problem and now he needs a cleanup. From Hungary
written by Ferenc Dobi, directed by Dániel Füzes
NIGHT SHIFT
NIGHT SHIFT
A timid night watchman must figure out what to do when he sees a crazed murderer start killing his co-workers on the security cameras.
written by Tom Capps and Michael Mercadante, directed by Kevin Etherson
POPS
POPS
Sean gets his father’s take on cyber bullying in this episode from the webseries “Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop.”
written by Mike Brown, directed by Justin Hartough
THE HEAT WAVE
THE HEAT WAVE
A comedy about Europe and its clichés through the story of a German-Spanish couple living in Luxembourg, a heat wave, and the first visit of the father in law. Based on a true story.
written and directed by Lucía Valverde
DUCT TAPE
DUCT TAPE
Part of the "Wanna Be a Star?" contest, starring audience member Pamela Wess!
written and directed by Bill Scurry
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